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Sa Coma, Mallorca, Things to do and hotels

Sa Coma is a comfortable and family-friendly holiday area, modern and full of great facilities to entertain all ages. Overall, Sa Coma is a quieter area in the sense that here is not the big or wild nightlife.

Upon arrival in Sa Coma, it may be a good idea to take a ride on the small mini train ‘Badia Express’, which drives about in the resort town – in addition, the train is very popular with children.

Hotels behind the beach in Sa Coma, Mallorca, during summer.



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Why visit Sa Coma

Sa Coma is a family-friendly resort town, there are activities for all ages. Sa Coma is an ideal destination for a tranquil seaside getaway. Its main allure lies in the pristine, sun-kissed shores and pristine turquoise waters of Playa de Sa Coma, a renowned beach that has been honored with the prestigious Blue Flag designation.

Is Sa Coma worth visiting?

Sa Coma was built to accommodate and cater to a sun-hungering audience and it surely does not fail to deliver on this with its stunning beach. Sa Coma is a great alternative to its big brother, Cala Millor, located just north.

Things to do in Sa Coma

Sa Coma is a modern holiday destination full of offers and opportunities.

Take a tour of Sa Coma in the mini train

Riding the mini train is a fun and comfortable way to get familiar with the town and area of Sa Coma. The mini train runs between hotels and the beach all day long. There is also another route that will take you on a longer ride to the picturesque area of Costa del Pins north of Cala Bona.

Scuba diving

There several diving schools in Sa Coma because the east coast is a true treasury of undersea life. Whether you are a beginner or experienced PADI diver, there are numerous possibilities to discover Mallorca from the eye of the fish. Explore hidden caves, light open meadows, valleys of sea grass and a range of colorful and fascinating species such as morays, octopuses, shrimps and fish. Diving is really one of the most memorable things you can do here.

Horseback riding in the beautiful scenery

One of the best ways of experiencing the beautiful area that surrounds Sa Coma is from the back of a horse. Ride through the natural area of the Punta Amer headland, explore the wild Balearic nature and reach the old fortress at the tip where you can stop for a refreshment. Riding on a horse along the coastline is simply an amazing feeling and allows for some incredible views, you can feel the connection with the horse as the rhythms of the hoofs takes you from one picturesque place to another. Look for Rancho Sa Coma at Avinguda de ses Palmeres.

Glass bottom boat cruise

Sail from beach to beach along the east coast of Mallorca in a glass bottom boat and discover all the beautiful hidden gems, caves and coves. During your trip you can enjoy a refreshing swim in the crystal clear turquoise water, do sunbathing on the deck and take pictures of the paradise island while relaxing in good company.


Paragliding is a thrilling experience and an ideal way to see the world from a different perspective. For those looking to take their paragliding to the next level, there is no better place than Sa Coma. With its ideal weather conditions and wide open skies, this destination has become a popular spot for paragliding enthusiasts of all skill levels. Take in the breathtaking views as you soar above the ground and enjoy the rush of adrenaline that only paragliding can provide.

Feel the adrenaline rush of a jetski ride

Sa Coma is perfect for jetski action, and whether you’re an experienced jetski rider or just starting out, there’s fun ahead here. Experience the thrill of gliding across the waves and feel the wind in your hair as you zip around this beautiful coastline. Soar through this picturesque landscape and get ready to have an unforgettable day out!

Rent a bike

Cycling is undoubtedly one of the most popular sports you can do in Mallorca, all year round. The great infrastructure of asphalted roads allows you to get almost anywhere on the island. You can of course also choose to stay around the local area where you can bicycle to stunning small beaches and incredible lookout points. You can also visit the charming village of Sant Llorenc or go to Porto Cristo to experience the famous Dragon Caves.

Do the banana boat

Banana boat rides are a great way to enjoy the sun and sea in Sa Coma. Bring your friends or family and bet a beer or soda on who can hold out the longest when the speed peaks at 50 kmh (30 mph) tossing the banana about on the waves.

Discover the Balearic wildlife

If you love nature, then you will certainly love Sa Coma! In the northern part of the area, the headland and nature park of Punta de n’Amer extends from the coast where hundreds of different species live. This is the perfect place for watching birds, absorb the scents of unspoiled Mediterranean nature and enjoy strolling around under the sun.

Castell de sa Punta de n’Amer

At the highest point of the Punta de n’Amer headland, between Sa Coma and Cala Millor, you will find an old fortress known as “es Castell”. The fortress was erected in a time when Mallorca was subject to numerous brutal  pirate raids with fatal consequences. The fortress feature an exhibition space of weapons, a lookout platform and a little cafeteria located in old barracks. The fortress was last used during the Spanish Civil War when Republican troops attempted to break Franco’s supporters.

Enjoy a nice walk to the Punta Amer fortress

Visit Safari Zoo

Safari Zoo combines the excitement of a wildlife park with the leisurely atmosphere of a year-round open amusement park. The park boasts an impressive collection of over 600 animals, as well as a restaurant and multiple playgrounds for children. You can ride the park train, a 3 km tour through the beautiful park. It is recommended to arrive early and witness the animals during their feeding time.

Go shopping in the streets of Sa Coma

With its wide range of stores and boutiques, there is something for everyone. Whether you are looking for the latest fashion trends or unique souvenirs, Sa Coma has it all. From designer labels to local artisans, you can find whatever you need.

Visit Cuevas del Drach (Dragon Caves)

One of Mallorca’s major tourist attractions is located less than 10 minutes from Sa Coma, namely the Cuevas del Drach. These fascinating underground caves of hundreds of thousands of stalagmites and stalactites that has been created throughout millions of years makes for a memorable trip suitable for all ages. At the bottom of the caves you will discover the largest underground lake in Europe, Lago Martel. Here, an orchestra will perform a classical concert for you and you can jump in one of the boats and go for a sail in the illuminated caves.

Excursion to the Dragon Caves in Porto Cristo


One of the great tourist attractions close to Cala Bona, is the Cuevas de Ártà, or simply, the Caves of Ártà. Come discover the fascinating world of stalagmites and stalactites illuminated by colorful light creating a cabinet of mysterious silhouettes. This attraction is for both young and adults to enjoy, so don’t turn it down.

Visit Cuevas del Arta

Visit Cuevas del Hams and the new dinosaur park

Cuevas del Hams, also known as “the fishhook caves”, are another set of caves found in the nearby area of Porto Cristo. These caves are a little less hyped that the previous two, however, still spectacular and interesting to see. Moreover, a visit here will also grant access to a small botanical area where you will learn about the local environment and wildlife.

As of 2023, the brand new dinosaur park has been added to the experience. Renown artists from all over the world has contributed in making these ultra realistic models that will give you the chills.

Visit the Cuevas del Hams

Discover Manacor

Manacor, Mallorca’s second largest town and municipality, has a lot to offer in terms of cultural treasures. The market on Mondays invites you into a rich cultural tradition of the Mallorcans, a great opportunity to sample local produce or buy yourself something nice. Manacor has a few sights to see as well, e.g. the beautiful Neo-Gothic church of Nostra Senyora dels Dolors, the Sant Vicenc Ferrer convent and the famous artificial pearl factory of Majorica. Manacor is also a fantastic place to have a well-cooked Mallorcan meal in one of the many cellers (old wine bodegas turned restaurants).

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Sa Coma is located approximately 70 km (~43 miles) from Palma airport.

By car or taxi it takes a little less than an hour to get here, and will cost between 80 and 90 euros.

Your second option is the public airport bus (A42), which takes about 1:30 hours and costs 15 euros.

Sa Coma has plenty of nightlife and evening entertainment for all ages. Most hotels offer entertainment after dinnertime, and in the town you’ll find a nice selection of bars and clubs.

The beach area of Sa Coma is characterized by the wide sandy area, white and fine-grained, blue, transparent water and posidonia meadows. Dolphins can be seen and it is possible to dive, snorkel, do SUP, windsurf and many other fun water activities.

Events in Sa Coma

Markets & Events

There are a number of events in Sa Coma every year that range between craft markets and traditional celebrations.


Summer market

Every summer, between May and October, the weekly evening market is held on Wednesdays from 7 pm. The market lives up the streets of Sa Coma with people browsing the thousands of local products before or after going to restaurants and bars.

Other markets

Sant Llorenç des Cardassar: Thursday from 8 am to 1 pm.

Son Carrió: Fridays from 8 am to 1 pm



Festes Sa Coma

Every year during the third week of July, Sa Coma celebrates itself with a range of fun activities aimed at tourists. There will be a series of sports competitions, games, markets, exhibitions, concerts and of course, plenty of food. One of the main highlights of the festival, is the Nits Multiculturals (Multicultural Night), a gastronomic night fair accompanied by various live bands. The bars and restaurants of Sa Coma are together in arranging this tasteful event, where you can taste the chef’s take on different international dishes. There is also a big paella competition.


Support Local

Supporting local communities during your travels can have a profound impact. Stock up with groceries locally, stop in an artisan shop or enjoy a refreshment at a restaurant or bar. Now more than ever, these small businesses need support from travelers near and far.

Practical Info

Useful Numbers

Emergency: 112
National police: 091
Local police: 092
Guarda civil: 062
Fire: 080
Tourist Office: +34 971 810 892 - [email protected]

Public Transport

Bus lines: A42 (Airport), 412, 441, 454

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